#1 The A. V. Bleshchunov Museum of Personal Collections is an amazing space where everything seems to come alive beneath the gaze of its visitors. Items from past lives, artworks and luxuries of different countries and peoples have been gathered under in an old Odessa house.
#1 The museum was established more than 30 years ago and the renovated exhibition was created in 1999 to celebrate the 200-year-anniversary of A.S.Pushkin's birthday.
#1 The house-palace of A.Y. Novikov,well-known manufacturer, was built on Gavannaya Street in 1876 to the design by F. Gonsiorovskyy, the architect.
#1 1st Ukrainian museum of the Jewish culture of Mendel Mojher-Sforima has been opened in Odessa in 1927. His richest collection, one of the largest in Europe (about 35 thousand units of storage), has almost completely disappeared in days of occupation.
#1 Museum of Odessa port behalf F.P. De Volan was based April 10, 1990 and was open to the 200-year anniversary of Odessa. It situated in one of the oldest buildings on Lanzheronovskaya descent, which before the revolution were barzhany - lodging-houses for the homeless stevedores of the port.
#1 Two continents meet in Odessa, in a mansion on Pushkinskaya Street, built in 1856 and designed by L. Otton.
#1 The City Antiquities Museum was established in 1825 on approval of the governor, M. S. Vorontsov, based on an idea by I. A. Stempkovskyy and I. P. Blaramberg, a local official and collector who presented his collection to the city. A new building, designed by the architect F. V. Gonsiorovskyy, was established in 1883 to replace the, by then, dilapidated original
#1 In 1795, just one year after the founding of Odessa, the Nickolayev church was built on Sobornaya square. The cathedral became one of the biggest in Russia.
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